Partners in public service: government-nonprofit relations in the modern welfare state

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Johns Hopkins University Press, Apr 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 310 pages
Partners in Public Service brings together some of Lester Salamon's most important work on the changing relationship between government and the voluntary sector in the American version of the modern welfare state. Approaching issues from a variety of perspectives, Salamon covers topics such as the theoretical basis of government-nonprofit cooperation and recent efforts to cut federal spending.

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Introduction l
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The Nonprofit Sector
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3 The Nonprofit PublicBenefit Service Sector
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Lester M. Salamon is director of the Institute for Policy Studies at the Johns Hopkins University.

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